CANDIDATES will hit Murwillumbah on the eve of the council election next week for another meet-the-candidates breakfast, hosted by the Murwillumbah Business Chamber.
The candidates have drawn crowds for similar events at Tweed Heads, Banora Point, Kingscliff and Pottsville leading up to the elections on September 8.
Chamber president Toni Zuschke said each candidate would be given five minutes to speak to answer three questions on job creation, economic growth and the Murwillumbah CBD.
"It's an important chance for these candidates to express their own views on issues that our members rate as high on the agenda, but also an equally important chance for the business community to have their questions answered by candidates," Ms Zuschke said.
The Murwillumbah Business Chamber breakfast is on Friday September 7 at 6.45am at Greenhills on Tweed Function Centre.
At the meet-the-candidates event at Pottsville on Tuesday a high school for the village was one issue that was discussed in front of about 100 residents.
Labor candidate Michael Armstrong said he would not support any application to use the land designated for a High School for any other purpose.
"There is no doubt that the local Pottsville community needs a High School," Mr Armstrong said.
"Last night about 100 local residents came to hear why the High School has not already been built."